8 edition of Great raids in history found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Samuel A. Southworth.|
|Contributions||Southworth, Samuel A., 1960-|
|LC Classifications||D214 .G74 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||97013692|
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"Great Raids in History: From Drake to Desert One" by Samuel Southworth is an excellent look at significant raids through history.
The raid, also known as depredation, is a military tactic employed tactically, operationally and strtgiclly which has a specific purpose or mission and is not normally intended to capture and hold terrain, but instead finish with the raiding force quickly retreating (controlled /5(4).
The book can only list and discuss so many great raids, but I was surprised that the Rhodesian Selous Scouts Nyadzonya raid was not covered. This raid took place in Augustit involved ten trucks and four armored cars disguised as FRELIMO vehicles with 84 Selous Scouts/5(4).
Great Raids in History: From Drake to Desert One. This book examines decisive small-unit actions over the course of the past four centuries, illuminating examples of reckless bravery, horrific combat, and dynamic leadership -- all cases where a courageous few chose to attack enemy territory, accepting the risk of their own annihilation/5.
Book Review: Great Raids in History (Wade G. Dudley): MH. Throughout history, small, daring raids have sometimes produced great, far-reaching results. Eighty-five days after setting out, Sir Francis Drake’s fleet of 23 galleons and merchantmen dropped anchor at Plymouth, England, on J Author: Historynet Staff.
This would be a great book for Civil War buffs, military history fans, and anyone interested in American History. This raid is considered one of the top 20 military raids in the world and Mr.
Mowery has done an excellent job retelling the story/5(27). Great raids in history: from Drake to Desert One by Southworth, Samuel Great raids in history book, Publication date Topics World history, Military - General, History, History - Military / War, History: World, Sale Books, Military history, Modern, Raids (Military science) Internet Archive Books.
Scanned in : The Great Raid, based on books by William Breuer and Hampton Sides This film has a promising tagline and a few superlatives for the real story on which the screenplay is based- the most daring rescue mission of our time, after the worst defeat in the history of American interventions and a cast with appreciated actors and a few very good actresses/5.
Written by acclaimed military historian William B. Breuer, The Great Raid on Cabanatuan is a riveting account of that rescue mission and the gallant soldiers who carried it out against overwhelming odds/5(23). Great Raids in History by Samuel A. Southworth,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
The Great Raid is a war film about the Raid at Cabanatuan, adapted from William Breuer's book of the same name. It tells the story of the January liberation of the Cabanatuan Prison Camp on the Philippine island of Luzon during World War II.
The Great Raid--The Facts Behind the Story. When General Douglas MacArthur finally returned to the Philippines in latethe Japanese forces throughout the Pacific were reeling from American pressure and fighting what all concerned knew was a losing battle. History books Top 10 books about the Vikings It’s not all raiding and looting – these stories and histories range from family dramas to political thrillers, not to mention man-eating trolls.
The Great Raid is a war film about the Raid at Cabanatuan on the island of Luzon, Philippines during World War II. It is directed by John Dahl and stars Benjamin Bratt, James Franco, Connie Nielsen, Marton Csokas, Joseph Fiennes with Motoki Kobayashi and Cesar by: Trevor Rabin.
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Great Raids in History by Samuel A. Southworth, AprilCastle Books edition, Hardcover in English - New Ed editionPages: the Battle of Plum Creek by Jeffery Robenalt O ne of the most storied events in the historic past of Lockhart, Texas occurred two miles south of town along the wooded banks of Plum Creek, when a small group of volunteers defeated more than Comanche and Kiowa warriors who had participated in the Great Comanche Raid of ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Responsibility.
Get this from a library. Great raids in history: from Drake to Desert One. [Samuel A Southworth;] -- Examines decisive small-unit actions over the course of the past four centuries, illuminating examples of reckless bravery, horrific combat & dynamic leadership -- all cases where a courageous few.
Directed by John Dahl. With Benjamin Bratt, Joseph Fiennes, James Franco, Robert Mammone. Taking place towards the end of WWII, American Soldiers have been entrapped in a camp for 3 years.
Beginning to give up hope they will ever be rescued, a group of Rangers goes on a dangerous mission to try and save them/10(K). On JanuAmerican troops staged a successful raid on Cabanatuan, a notorious Japanese POW camp where thousands of prisoners had been tortured and died.
Based on interviews with the heroes who survived the raid, this book brings to life in electrifying detail the dramatic events that took place on that historic : Turner Publishing Company. eBooks that are free (or close to it).
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The attack originated as an aftermath of the Council House Fight in San Antonio in March that until recently, Hollywood had decided to devote any great deal of attention to it.
I was amazed to learn that one of the greatest raids in American military history occurred in this theater. Alright, I know that Hollywood can not be trusted to deliver an uncompromised version of history.
I suppose that the movie "The Great Raid" probably. The Great Raid of was the largest raid ever mounted by Native Americans on white cities in what is now the United States. It followed the Council House Fight, in which Republic of Texas officials attempted to capture and take prisoner 33 Comanche chiefs who had come to negotiate a peace treaty, killing them together with two dozen of their family and on: Victoria, and Linnville, Texas.
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The raid at Cabanatuan is often referred to as “The Great Raid”, for its success through the text book use of reconnaissance, terrain analysis, and coordination of movement. The success at Cabanatuan led to future success throughout the Pacific campaign, as.
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Doolittle Raid, (18 April ), a surprise attack on Tokyo, Japan, by U.S. bombers during World War II. Little damage resulted, but the raid was a boost to American morale at a low point in the war.
The affront of the raid to Japanese national pride motivated Japan’s leaders to pursue offensive. "The book's great virtue is that it allows a number of the rapidly diminishing band of survivors of the whole experience to have their say." is remarkable but, the raid is the last min of the 8 hour book.
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